About Isaiah Miller
I am originally from the state of Virginia. I graduated from Virginia Tech in 2007 with a bachelors degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Management and from there moved out to Colorado to pursue a long time dream of guiding for trout and elk. I meet my wife during my first summer of guiding in Colorado on a guest ranch working as a fly fishing guide and ranch hand. We spent the next 4 years both working professionally in the outdoors as guides and also managers at different horse ranches.
In 2009 I discovered a passion for teaching special education students. I had decided to get my substitute license so that I could have another option of work during the off season. I fell into a long term substitute position for a special education teacher and really enjoyed the students and the amount of time spent with them in that position. At the end of each day it felt good and right about what I had been able to help these students accomplish. So, the following fall I enrolled in an educator program at Western State College in Gunnison, Colorado. I graduated that spring with a certification in K-12 Cross Categorical Special Education. I taught for a year at Delta Middle School in Delta, Colorado. That spring we decided to move to the Luck area because we wanted our children to grow up around family and also that Wisconsin has some of the best public schools in the nation.
Currently, I have been teaching at Luck High School since the fall of 2011. I have the privilege of working with some of the most talented teachers in the region. The students are also some of the most respectful and welcoming individuals anyone could ever expect to be around. My wife and I have both of our daughters here at Luck. We still spend a lot of time engrossed in the outdoors. I still pursue my passion for guiding fishing during the summer months.